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Out

Antonyms for out:

permissible, in, incoming, conscious, successful, attending, interior, stylish, possible, live, safe, present.

Synonyms for out:

KO'd

ko'd.

Sense 1

transparent, unwritten, comatose, partway, encyclopedic, long-distance, old, unopposed, known, declassified, unclassified, alibi, close-run, semiconscious, unlit, certain, stupor, victorious, in store, foreseeable, open air, alfresco, Famed, out-of-body experience, overt, outdoor, fishbowl, old fashioned, recognizable, outward, Versus, the open air, suspended animation, out of doors.

Sense 2

asleep, trance, upcoming, outright, burn down, freely, extraneous, publicly, insensible, senseless, public, dying, transpire, short-range, external, outside, competing, curve, abroad.

Sense 3

little, long-range, equal, within, position, unresponsive.

Sense 4

die, leak, beyond.

Sense 5

burn out.

Sense 6

level, apart, From, under, Against.

Sense 7

far, further.

Sense 8

go out, clear, short, close.

Sense 10

long.

Sense 12

break.

Sense 15

right.

away

hence.

come out

transpire.

get rid of

kick out.

knocked out

knocked-out.

old fashioned

dowdy, date, obsolete, regressive, humble, archaic, old school, square, straitlaced, old-hat, primitive, backward-looking, clunky, uncool, old-time, fossilized, obsolescence, medieval, quaint, retro, passe, fusty, victorian, Old World, obsolescent, provincial, demode, dated, whimsical, tweedy, low-tech.

outside

Without.

Other synonyms and related words:

dead, eject, unresponsive, alfresco, old-time, come forth, out loud, curve, circulate, impermissible, get out, obsolete, exactly, down, dowdy, hence, semiconscious, taboo, bound, cop out, totally, dying, public, little, fully, abroad, astonished, old fashioned, avoidance, outer, protrude, old school, start, external, open, tweedy, retired, quaint, intent, exterior, freely, medieval, obsolescent, give, long-range, alibi, extinct, clear, overt, oust, asleep, proscribed, straitlaced, resolute, turn up, aside, kayoed, retro, beyond, aloud, set, shunning, ko'd, unstylish, encyclopedic, prohibited, egress, extrude, show up, emerge, leak, nonextant, forth, open air, close-run, old, place, audibly, clunky, comatose, unsuccessful, dated, insensible, partway, extinguished, fossilized, upcoming, dismiss, step forward, escape, transpire, apart, fishbowl, entirely, long, heartily, outward, victorian, outside, short-range, Without, push through, eschewal, wide, off, come forward, expel, wholly, break through, thoroughly, surface, pop, Against, low-tech, bulge, outgoing, break, uncool, single-minded, passe, come out of the closet, go forth, unconscious, come in, erupt, eluding, extraneous, forbidden, stunned, impossible, appear, From, kick out, evasion, throw out, unopposed, eschewing, archaic, determined, outdoor, senseless, further, unlit, banish, tabu, disburse, come out, quenched, perfectly, old-hat, quite, verboten, certain, outdoors, unfashionable, demode, resolved, completely.

absent (adjective)

away, absent, nonexistent, gone, void, truant, missing, empty, lacking, wanting, departed, vacant, Omitted, elsewhere, no-show, abstract.

all (adjective)

extinct.

asleep (adjective)

comatose.

broken (adjective)

gone.

comatose (adjective)

insensible, senseless.

inappropriate (adjective)

unsuitable, inapposite, unbecoming, improper, of place, malapropos, unbefitting, ill-matched, inappropriate, unfit, inapt, unsuited.

open (adjective)

open, wide, ajar.

out (adjective)

old-hat, impossible, absent, dead, away, dated, extinguished, unfashionable, demode, outside.

outmoded (adjective)

fossilized.

completely (adverb)

completely, totally.

aside (adverb)

apart, down.

forth (adverb)

forth.

out (adverb)

Without, out of doors, outward.

Sense 3 (noun)

overt, public, known, unwritten, transparent, unclassified.

Sense 5 (noun)

leak, retired, down.

Sense 6 (noun)

far.

Sense 7 (noun)

competing, clear, position, equal, level, unopposed, close-run, close, old fashioned.

Sense 8 (noun)

the open air, completely, outdoor, entirely.

Sense 9 (noun)

get out, transpire, break.

Sense 14 (noun)

long-distance, further, long, little.

Sense 17 (noun)

under, asleep, semiconscious, comatose.

Sense 22 (noun)

burn out, die, burn down, go out, dying, unlit.

Sense 25 (noun)

upcoming.

beyond (noun)

beyond.

escape (noun)

dodging, shunning, eschewal, evasion, avoidance, elusion, break, ducking.

old fashioned (noun)

dated, old-time, primitive, archaic, Old World, obsolete, low-tech.

out (noun)

come out, outer, unfashionable, away, unstylish, out of fashion, come out of the closet.

unconscious (noun)

insensible, unconscious.

come out (verb)

get out, transpire, appear.

communication (verb)

come out.

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